Foreign journalists have already shared their impressions of the new Mac Studio 2023.

In general, they were satisfied with the new product and praised it for its very quiet operation. At the same time, the M2 Ultra chip outperformed many analogues on other platforms.

We understand.


He is very powerful; can’t even appreciate how

CNET journalists have compiled a few first impressions of Mac Studio 2023.

Overall, the computer is up to 20% faster than the comparable M1 chip, thanks to the upgraded Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3. The updated HDMI 2.1 supports 4K monitors with a refresh rate of 240Hz.

In the future with cheaper versions, two additional Thunderbolt ports are expected here.

In terms of performance, we tested different versions of Mac Studio. The 38-core GPU in the M2 Max increases Metal’s performance by about 20% compared to the 32-core GPU in the M1 Max, almost entirely due to the increase in the number of cores.

For reference, 38-core performance is comparable to the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4060 Ti in at least one cross-platform test (3D Mark Wild Life Extreme Unlimited), but there are plenty of metrics just not sent in this test.

The 76-core version of the M2 Ultra required slightly less performance than the RTX 4070 Ti. Here are some results:


I’ve only had a few days to test the system, so I’m still sorting through the various performance features. However, even now I can take a picture that this is a great powerful system that secured such a status last year.

2. PKMag

This computer is not audible even under load

Shared their impressions and the publishing house PCMag.

Without a doubt, the M2 Ultra is the most powerful Apple Silicon processor ever. Consisting of two M2 Max processors united by Apple’s UltraFusion architecture, it is manufactured in a second-generation 5nm process technology by Taiwanese TSMC case.

M2 Ultra consists of 24 CPU cores and 60 or 76 GPU cores, has 800 GB of memory bandwidth. I was pleased that the new version of Mac Studio has support for VRR (variable speed).

We compared the new computer with Windows counterparts: HP Z2 Mini G9 and Lenovo ThinkStation P620. The Z2 Mini G9 was tested with an Intel Core i9-12900K, 64GB of RAM and an Nvidia RTX A2000 GPU.

Meanwhile, the ThinkStation P620 is built with an AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 5995WX, 128GB of RAM, and a higher-end Nvidia RTX A-series GPU. In Cinebench R23, Mac Studio outperformed the previous model with the M1 Ultra by almost 18% – close to the claimed 20% coming from
Apple. However, the ThinkStation P620 doubled that figure, reflecting the huge advantage of the Threadripper Pro chip.

In Geekbench 5.4.1 Pro, the growth of the M2 Ultra in searches with the M1 Ultra showed 17% and 27% in single-core and multi-core modes, respectively. “Machine” from HP from an Apple computer.

Source: Iphones RU

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